Nagrody World Press Photo 2003

 


World Press Photo - Zdjęcie Roku 2002:
Eric Grigorian, Armenia/Iran. Chłopiec płaczący nad grobem swego ojca, zabitego w wyniku trzęsienia ziemi w prowincji Qazvin w Iranie, 23 czerwca ub.r.

 

Amsterdam, 14 lutego 2003 r      Jury 46 konkursu World press Photo nagrodziło mianem Zdjęcia Roku 2002 czarno-białą fotografię, której autorem jest pracujący w Los Angeles armeński fotograf Eric Grigorian, związany z agencją Polaris Images. Na zdjęciu - w otoczeniu żołnierzy i wieśniaków kopiacych groby dla ofiar trzęsienia ziemi, młody chłopiec rozpacza nad grobem, w którym chowany jest jego ojciec. Zdjęcie zostało wykonane 23 czerwca 2002 r. kiedy to trzęsienie ziemi o natężeniu 6.0 stopni dotknęło prowincję Qazvin w północno-wschodnim Iranie i pochłonęło ponad 500 ofiar.

3,913 zawodowych fotografów z 118 krajów wzięło udzieł w tegorocznym konkursie. Nadesłano ponad 53 tys. zdjęć - ilość rekordowa w historii World press Photo. Warto zwrócić uwagę, że 69% prac przedtawiono w formie cyfrowej.

Wśród nagrodzonych są w tym roku fotografowie polscy:

 

Jury Konkursu

Przewodniczący:
Shahidul Alam, Bangladesh, photographer and director Drik Picture Library

Członkowie jury::
Pierre Fernandez, France, chief picture editor Agence France-Presse
Eva Fischer, Germany, picture editor Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin
Sarah Harbutt, USA, director of photography Newsweek
Mitsuaki Iwago, Japan, photographer
Margot Klingsporn, Germany, director Focus Photo und Presseagentur
Herbert Mabuza, South Africa, picture editor The Sunday Times
Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Mexico, photographer and picture editor Letras Libres
Paolo Pellegrin, Italy, photographer Magnum Photos
Brechtje Rood, the Netherlands, picture editor Trouw
Maggie Steber, USA, director of photography The Miami Herald
Andrew Wong, People's Republic of China, staff photographer Greater China, Reuters
Alexander Zemlianichenko, Russia, staff photographer Moscow Bureau, The Associated Press
 
Sekretarz:
Adriaan Monshouwer, the Netherlands, manager design and communication Wolters-Noordhoff

 

Lista nagród

WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR 2002
 
Eric Grigorian, Armenia, Polaris Images
Boy mourns at his father's gravesite after earthquake, Qazvin Province, Iran, 23 June
 

SPOT NEWS SINGLES
 
1. Tomohisa Kato, Japan, Kyodo News
North Korean asylum seeker at gate of Japanese Consulate General, Shenyang, People's Republic of China, 8 May
 
2. Noël Quidu, France, Gamma for Paris Match
Rebel executes suspected looter, Ivory Coast, 7 October
 
3. Justin Sutcliffe, United Kingdom, The Sunday Telegraph/Images Sans Frontičres
Female hostage of Moscow theater siege, 26 October
 
SPOT NEWS STORIES
 
1. Georges Gobet, France, Agence France-Presse
Ivory Coast, September-October
 
2. Ilkka Uimonen, Finland, Magnum Photos for Newsweek
Balata Refugee Camp, West Bank, 1 March
 
3. Hector Emanuel, Peru, Agenzia Grazia Neri
Civilians caught in crossfire between FARC and government troops, Colombia
 
GENERAL NEWS SINGLES
 
1. Antonin Kratochvil, Czech Republic, VII for The New York Times Magazine
Myanmar prison, May
 
2. Vladimir Pirogov, Russia, Moya Stolica/Reuters
Arrest of a demonstrator, Kyrgyzstan, 15 November
 
3. Patrick Andrade, USA, Gamma for Newsweek
Scrambling for coal, Kabul, 15 February
 
Honorable mention
Eric Grigorian, Armenia, Polaris Images
Boy mourns at his father's gravesite after earthquake, Qazvin Province, Iran, 23 June
 
GENERAL NEWS STORIES
 
1. Jan Dago, Denmark, Magnum Photos/Alexia Foundation
Sierra Leone
 
2. Olivier Mirguet, France
Views of the Democratic Republic of Korea
 
3. Ami Vitale, USA, Getty Images
Riots in Gujarat, India
 
Honorable mention
Larry Towell, Canada, Magnum Photos for Toronto Globe and Mail
Jenin: Traces of invasion, May
 
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS SINGLES
 
1. Scott Lewis, USA, The News & Observer
Yasser Arafat
 
2. Jan Anders Grarup, Denmark, Politiken/Rapho
Liberian refugees in Sierra Leone
 
3. Pablo Martínez Monsivais, USA, The Associated Press
Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice in the Oval Office
 
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS STORIES
 
1. Carolyn Cole, USA, Los Angeles Times
Inside the Church of Nativity, Bethlehem, May
 
2. Bruno Stevens, Belgium, for Newsweek
Hindu - Muslim riots, Ahmedabad, March
 
3. Peter Dench, United Kingdom, IPG
Drinking of England
 
PORTRAITS SINGLES
 
1. Brent Stirton, South Africa, Getty Images for UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs
Former “bushwife”, Sierra Leone
 
2. Lars Krabbe, Denmark, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten
Silvio Berlusconi
 
3. Bruce Davidson, USA, Magnum Photos for Newsweek
Al Pacino
 
PORTRAITS STORIES
 
1. George Georgiu, United Kingdom, Panos Pictures
Serbians
 
2. Brent Stirton, South Africa, Getty Images for Royal Geographic Society/Le Monde 2
Xhosa initiates
 
3. Kristen Ashburn, USA, Contact Press Images
Living with Aids and HIV in Zimbabwe
 
SPORTS SINGLES
 
1. Tomasz Gudzowaty & Robert Boguslawski, Poland, TGP/Focus
Monk of Shaolin Temple
 
2. Tim Clayton, Australia, The Sydney Morning Herald, Goalkeeper in rain
 
3. David Burnett, USA, Contact Press Images for Salt Lake City Olympic Committee
Winter Olympics: preparing for ski jump
 
Honorable mention
Roberto Schmidt, Colombia, Agence France-Presse
Ronaldinho in World Cup final
 
SPORTS STORIES
 
1. Balázs Gardi, Hungary, Népszabadsag
World Gymnastics Championships, Budapest
 
2. Tomasz Gudzowaty & Robert Boguslawski, Poland, TGP/Focus
Monks of Shaolin Temple
 
3. Andrew Buurman, United Kingdom
The Serpentine Swimming Club
 
THE ARTS SINGLES
1. Dan Winters, USA, for The New York Times Magazine
Leonardo DiCaprio
 
2. Emmanuel Scorcelletti, Italy, Gamma
Sharon Stone at Cannes film festival
 
3. Paolo Porto, Italy, for Thor Productions
Dancer Ines Cera
 
THE ARTS STORIES
 
1. Peter Bialobrzeski, Germany, Laif Photos & Reportagen for Geo
Megacities of Asia
 
2. Alexandra Boulat, France, VII for Paris Match
Farewell of Yves Saint Laurent
 
3. Fernando Moleres Alava, Spain
Burning Man Festival
 
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SINGLES
 
1. Matias Costa, Spain, Agence Vu/Agenzia Grazia Neri
Premature baby in incubator
 
2. Sarah Leen, USA, for National Geographic Magazine
Skin prosthetics: silicone mask
 
3. Qi Xiao Long, People's Republic of China, Tianjin Daily
Weight loss by acupuncture
 
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES
 
1. Peter Essick, USA, National Geographic Magazine
Nuclear Waste
 
2. David Gross, USA
Missing persons: identification of remains, Kosovo
 
3. Witold Krassowski, Poland, Network Photographers for National Geographic Magazine
Last steam railway line
 
NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT SINGLES
 
1. Antonin Kratochvil, Czech Republic, VII for Discover
Woman selling bush meat, Congo
 
2. Carlos Spottorno, Spain
Prestige oil spill volunteer
 
3. Michael Amendolia, Australia, Network Photographers
Kangaroos
 
NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT STORIES
 
1. Nick Nichols, USA, National Geographic Magazine
Gelada baboons, Ethiopia
 
2. Jackie Ranken, Australia
Deforestation and water management, Australia
 
3. Nick Moir, Australia, The Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney fire storm
 
DAILY LIFE SINGLES
 
Christophe Gin, France, Agence Vu for Cosmopolitan
Prostitute, French Guiana
 
Joachim Ladefoged, Denmark, Agence Vu for Geo
Yemen
 
Mona Reeder, USA, The Dallas Morning News
Brick factory, Afghanistan
 
DAILY LIFE STORIES
 
1. Casper Dalhoff, Denmark
Sřlund mental institute
 
2. Brenda Ann Kenneally, USA, for The New York Times Magazine
Drew
 
3. Heidi Bradner, USA, Panos Pictures for Independent on Sunday Review
The Nenets of Yamal Peninsula, Russia
 

 

Wybór nagrodzonych zdjęć

udostepnionych prasie przez Fundację World Press Photo

 


Spot News singles 3rd Prize: Justin Sutcliffe, United Kingdom, The Sunday Telegraph/Images Sans Frontičres, Female hostage of Moscow theater siege, 26 October

 

 


Spot News stories 1st Prize: Georges Gobet, France, Agence France-Presse, Ivory Coast, September-October

 

 


General News singles 1st Prize: Antonin Kratochvil, Czech Republic, VII for The New York Times Magazine, Myanmar prison

 

 


General News stories 3rd Prize: Ami Vitale, USA, Getty Images, Riots in Gujarat, India

 

 


People in the News singles 1st Prize: Scott Lewis, USA, The News & Observer, Yasser Arafat

 

 


People in the News stories 1st Prize: Carolyn Cole, USA, Los Angeles Times, Inside the Church of Nativity, Bethlehem

 

 


Portraits singles 2nd Prize: Lars Krabbe, Denmark, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, Silvio Berlusconi

 

 


Portraits stories 1st Prize: George Georgiu, United Kingdom, Panos Pictures, Serbians

 

 


Sports singles 3rd Prize: David Burnett, USA, Contact Press Images for Salt Lake City Olympic Committee, Winter Olympics: preparing for ski jump

 

 


Sports stories 1st Prize: Balázs Gardi, Hungary, Népszabadsag, World Gymnastics Championships, Budapest

 

 


Arts singles 1st Prize: Dan Winters, USA, for The New York Times Magazine, Leonardo DiCaprio

 

 


Arts stories 2nd Prize: Alexandra Boulat, France, VII for Paris Match, Farewell of Yves Saint Laurent

 

 


Science and Technology singles 2nd Prize: Sarah Leen, USA, for National Geographic Magazine, Skin prosthetics: silicone mask

 

 


Science and Technology stories 1st Prize: Peter Essick, USA, National Geographic Magazine, Nuclear Waste

 

 


Nature and the Environment singles 2nd Prize: Carlos Spottorno, Spain, Prestige oil spill volunteer

 

 


Nature and the Environment stories 1st Prize: Nick Nichols, USA, National Geographic Magazine, Gelada baboons, Ethiopia

 

 


Daily Life singles 3rd Prize: Mona Reeder, USA, The Dallas Morning News, Brick factory, Afghanistan

 

 


Daily Life stories 2nd Prize: Brenda Ann Kenneally, USA, for The New York Times Magazine, Drew

 

 

 


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